This workplace ethics course focuses on the specific behaviors that are unethical in the workplace and delivers them in a direct, no-nonsense style that will let your employees know what is unacceptable in every workplace. The theft of workplace resources such as office supplies and photo copies. Stealing merchandise from warehouses or retail locations. Infringing on patents or copyrights. Stealing credit for work done by co-workers. Inflating time worked or business expenses, or falsifying pay records. Employees working less than capable. Socializing during work hours. Social media use during work hours. Falsifying company documents to pass inspections. Lying to or misleading customers. Falsifying the results of research and development. Over-promising results. Destroying or hiding sensitive company documents and emails Violating anti-trust laws. Manipulating financial data. Breaking safety rules or procedures. Violating insider trading laws. Sharing or viewing confidential patient, employee or customer data with approval. Gossiping or spreading rumors. Verbal intimidation. Menacing co-workers, customers, vendors, or other work associates. Sexual Harassment or discrimination. Offering, giving or accepting bribes. Breaking FCPA laws. The consequences of ethical violations. The course includes a full HD video and an employee quiz.
In every organization, an employee should be provided with an ethics policy which outlines the code of conduct and acceptable behavior. Ethical training promotes higher standards in the workplace, which benefits both the organization as well as the employee. The main objective of Ethical Behavior in the Workplace training session is to create awareness of ethical issues in business, and ensure that you always know the ethical course of action to take on the job. Through the completion of this online training course, you should be able to recognize the importance of business ethics, understand the requirements of the law and your ethics policy, identify ethical problems on the job, and make decisions reflective of your company’s standards. Duration: 24 minutes
Earn .75 CLE credit and gain valuable guidance on the proper steps to take when you accidently receive confidential information from an opposing party. Experienced litigator Griffin Dunham discusses current opinions from the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility and the American Bar Association concerning an attorney's ethical duties to clients, the court and other attorneys when an inadvertent release of privileged information occurs. Mr. Dunham has tried complex cases involving torts, contracts and securities regulations. His practice concentrates on distressed business restructuring and commercial litigation.